The Xs20 cymbal pack is all about value. With these bright-sounding cymbals it is now possible to access the great durability and performance quality of B20 cast bronze at unbelievably low sheet bronz... Read More
The Xs20 cymbal pack is all about value. With these bright-sounding cymbals it is now possible to access the great durability and performance quality of B20 cast bronze at unbelievably low sheet bronze prices. Using innovative high-tech manufacturing methods Sabian has advanced cymbal making by cutting the cost of creating this B20 bronze series without sacrificing the quality. Xs20 cymbals deliver great sound, high quality and low prices for a great package deal.
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Comments about Sabian Xs20 First Pack - 14" Hi-Hats and 16" Crash Cymbal:
First let me say, these cymbals are surpisingly good for the price. The hi hats don't sound as toy-ish as most lower level cymbals do, and the crash has a nice brightness to it. Both are a little higher-pitched than average, but not annoyingly so, and the 16" crash has a very versatile, appropriate decay time. However, I still feel that the XS20 line as a whole is a little awkward. At what point do you need these cymbals? If you're buying cymbals for the first time, go with B8's, not B8 pro, just regular B8's. They're just a hair lower in quality, but then you'll have more cash to upgrade sooner with. If you already have a starter pack and are looking to upgrade, then commit to it and buy AA, AAX, HH, HHX, or Vault. The increase in quality from a lower line to these cymbals is not worth the money. These cymbals are solid, and would be good for a school or church kit, but, for your own setup, follow my advice.